Person:Jonathan Perigo (1)

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Jonathan Perigo
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  1. Jonathan Perigo1798 - 1843
m. 17 Dec 1817
  1. Robert Perigo1818 - 1896
  2. Margaret Jane Perigo1830 - 1866
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Name Jonathan Perigo
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][3] 25 Feb 1798 Ohio, Kentucky, United States
Marriage 17 Dec 1817 Ohio, Kentucky, United Statesto Isabella McGill
Death[1][3] 1 Mar 1843 Warrick, Indiana, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 History of Warrick, Spencer and Perry Counties, Indiana: from the earliest time to the present, together with interesting biographical sketches, reminiscences, notes, etc. (Chicago: Goodspeed Bros., 1885).

    HON. ROBERT PERIGO, a practical and well-to-do farmer of this township,was born in Ohio County, Ky., September 6,1818, the eldest of six children born to Jonathan and Isabella (McGill) Perigo, both natives of Kentucky. Jonathan Perigo, a brother of Ezekiel Perigo, came to this county December 25, 1818, and by an honorable life became prominent as one of the useful pioneers. He died in 1843, preceded by his wife in about the year 1830....

  2. Fortune, William. Warrick and its Prominent People: a History of Warrick County, Indiana. (Evansville, Indiana: The Courier Company, 1881).

    EZEKIEL PERIGO. Ezekiel Perigo, one of the early settlers and a prominent citizen of Warrick county, was born in Ohio county, Kentucky, August 6th, 1802. His father, Romey Perigo, was a native of Maryland, and was born in that State during the strife with Great Britain. At eighteen years of age he settled in Ohio county, Kentucky, and in 1800, when twenty one years old, he was married to Miss Rhodia Hinman. He died about 1830. Mrs. Perigo was a woman of extraordinary bravery. She could handle a gun or shoot a wildcat as well as a man. She died by a stroke of palsy in 1822. In April, 1819, Mr. Perigo moved to Warrick county and settled south of where Ezekiel now lives. This was one year after Boonville had been laid out and there were not more than a half dozen houses in the place, and these were rudely built log cabins.

    Ezekiel's early advantages in instruction were limited to a few days each winter for two or three years while in Kentucky, and after his father's removal to Warrick county he attended a school two weeks, taught by George Hathaway. This comprised all his schooling. However, he obtained most of his education after his marriage by pursuing a regular and systematic course of study in the chimney corner at night by the light of a "shell bark hickory" fire....

  3. 3.0 3.1 Hinman Cemetery [1], in Marsha's Warrick Web.

    Perigo, Jonathan b. Feb 25, 1798 d. Mar 1, son of Romey & Rhoda
    {Information may be from later placed marker}